H.E. Mr. Andrei A. Yeudachenka has been named the new Ambassador of Belarus to The Netherlands. Having served several senior positions at the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, along with a number of postings at missions abroad, Mr. Yeudachenka is bringing with him impressive 25 years of professional diplomatic experience.
After obtaining a diploma at the Minsk State Linguistic University, he then took up the position of Lecturer at the Minsk Architecture and Construction College. Thereafter, Mr. Yeudachenka switched the sector to public administration, whereby he first served as the Chief of Protocol at the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations of the Republic of Belarus. From the 1990s, he has held various positions at the diplomatic corps, among others at the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus to the Kingdom of Belgium, to the Republic of Hungary, and to the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.
Furthermore, H.E. Mr. Andrei Yeudachenka also served as the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Belarus to the EU, Head of the OSCE Unit, as well as the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Belarus to NATO. Not least, during the years 2006-2011, and 2016-2020, he was the acting First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus.
Besides his native Russian and Belarusian language, Ambassador Yeudachenka speaks English and French; he is married and has three children.
In all of these positions, Mr. Yeudachenka has proved his diplomatic capacities and qualifications, which have been mirrored in his diplomatic rank of the Ambassador. The Embassy of the Republic of Belarus to the Kingdom of the Netherlands will indeed be led by a consummate diplomat. Diplomat Magazine and the whole diplomatic community welcome him in this new experience!